posted on Aug, 31 2006 @ 12:22 PM
I'm curious too about the purpose of this disclaimer. Sounds like a sort of "beware of dog" sign to scare hackers.
In a way, I see it as a friendly reminder that they keep logs of our access to their site, enter at your own risk.
I find this approach more honest, you know, because they first ask for your consent before tracking your IP address. Contrary to commercial companies
who swear to god that they care so much about your privacy, but then when AOL search engine leaks private search queries to the public, their great
concern for privacy turn into: "oops, we do indead record your personal data, suck it!".
[edit on 31-8-2006 by ufia]